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Interspecific hybridisation is the mating of

(a) animals within same breed without having common ancestors

(b) two different related species

(c) superior males and females of different breeds

(d) more closely related individuals within same breed for 4-6 generations.
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Ans. (b) two different related species

Sol: In interspecific hybridisation, a species is mated with a different related species of the same genus. Interspecific hybrids are generally difficult to produce, but they are important in plant breeding, particularly in breeding for disease resistance. This is also called intrageneric hybridisation.

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